British Virgin Islands

Nestled between St Maarten and Pureto Rico, the British Virgin Islands are more remote than most Caribbean destinations. And here lies their charm – around 60 unspoilt islands, mist  uninhabited, seemingly bob up and down the turquoise waters. From laid back Tortola to beautiful Virgin Gorda, or the powder-soft beaches of Jost Van Dyke to low-lying Anegada, so flat it barely skims the sea’s surface- the BVI’s truly are the Caribbean’s pin up. This scattering of idyllic islands is a mariner’s dream, and it comes as no surprise that the British Virgin Islands is a sailing Mecca.

Where to go for your 50th birthday

10th November 2021
by James Bell

James Bell, Managing Director of The Turquoise Holiday Company, shares his thoughts and wisdom for the best 50th birthday holiday ideas. Now you’re 50 you’re at the halfway mark, or as one of my golfing friends likes to put it: we are now playing the back nine! At 50. you’re supposedly meant to be at […]

Turquoise Holidays’ Alternative Olympics

9th August 2021
by Rhodri Andrews

From Tom Daley finally getting the gold medal he’s been dreaming of to winning two gold medals in the modern pentathlon (one of the many events we suddenly become experts in every four years), we’ve loved watching the Tokyo Olympics this year. Cyclist Jason Kenny and boxer Lauren Price won Team GB’s final two gold […]

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